Google DeepMind wants to use machine learning to help treat certain cancers

Google DeepMind wants to use machine learning to help treat certain cancers

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Google DeepMind is launching a project to reduce the time it takes doctors to prepare treatment for head and neck cancers. Alphabet’s London-based artificial intelligence division has partnered… Continue reading “Google DeepMind wants to use machine learning to help treat certain cancers”

Google’s DeepMind will soon apply artificial intelligence to the detection of eye diseases

Google’s DeepMind will soon apply artificial intelligence to the detection of eye diseases

  • The “incredibly detailed” records provide invaluable source material for the outfit’s neural networks, Suleyman told The Guardian. “
  • After it was revealed that DeepMind Health would grant the Google-owned firm uninhibited access to 1.6 million NHS patient records from London’s Royal Free Hospital, Chase Farm, and Barnet hospitals over the past five years and until 2017, some privacy advocates protested.
  • And patients rely on my experience to predict their future,” he told The Guardian. “
  • Google’s DeepMind will soon apply artificial intelligence to the detection of eye diseases
  • DeepMind, for its part, said that any sensitive data in the course of research is being transmitted securely. “

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Google’s DeepMind division announced a partnership with the U.K.’s Moorsfields hospital that will see millions of eye records analyzed for commonalities.


Google’s DeepMind will soon apply artificial intelligence to the detection of eye diseases